Past Pizza Lunches

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24
Abril 2020

Online: The Atacama Large Aperture Submm Telescope (AtLAST): Cosmological and Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect Applications


Inicio: 12:15h
Ponente: Dr. Tony Mroczkowski (ESO)
Lugar: On-line seminar

The thermal and kinematic SZ effects provide a strong and independent complement to X-ray observations of the warm and hot ionised intracluster medium, particularly at high redshift where X-ray counts are limited. Being observable from the ground, new instruments for studying the SZ effects can be developed…
Inicio: 12:15h
Ponente: Dr. Tony Mroczkowski (ESO)
Lugar: On-line seminar

The thermal and kinematic SZ effects provide a strong and independent complement to X-ray observations of the warm and hot ionised intracluster medium, particularly at high redshift where X-ray counts are limited. Being observable from the ground, new instruments for studying the SZ effects can be developed more rapidly and can be upgraded more readily than their space-borne counterparts. I will discuss recent results from ALMA and MUSTANG2, as well as a newly-proposed research infrastructure (recently approved by the European Commission as a Design Study) for a 50-meter-class widefield submm/mm telescope called AtLAST. AtLAST will be capable of observing the multifaceted SZ effects and disentangling them from contaminating radio and dusty submm sources. This will provide 10′′ resolution at 150 GHz (near the peak of the thermal SZ decrement) and a 2 degree instantaneous field of view. AtLAST is beginning to garner broad international support, with many US Astro2020 decadal and Canadian Long Range Plan 2020 submissions.
20
Abril 2020

Due to the Covid-19 restrictions our pizza seminars will be online.


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Abril 2020

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17
Abril 2020

A new approach for modelling pulsar wind nebulae


Inicio: 12:15h
Ponente: Diego F. Torres (Institut de Ciències de l'Espai (CSIC-IEEC))
Lugar: Remote Seminar

In this talk I will introduce a new approach for theoretical modelling of pulsar wind nebulae: a hybrid hydrodynamic-radiative model able to reproduce morphological features and spectra of PWN sources, with relatively limited numerical cost.
Inicio: 12:15h
Ponente: Diego F. Torres (Institut de Ciències de l'Espai (CSIC-IEEC))
Lugar: Remote Seminar

In this talk I will introduce a new approach for theoretical modelling of pulsar wind nebulae: a hybrid hydrodynamic-radiative model able to reproduce morphological features and spectra of PWN sources, with relatively limited numerical cost.
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Abril 2020

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Abril 2020

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27
Marzo 2020

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Marzo 2020

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Marzo 2020

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28
Febrero 2020

Magneto-luminescence: from neutron stars to planets


Inicio: 12:15h
Ponente: Daniele Viganò
Lugar: Alberto Lobo

Magnetic fields play an important but often little understood role in many astrophysical scenarios. In astrophysical bodies, magnetism often drives their observable behaviour, making them outshine the rest of the sources. Typical and spectacular examples are neutron stars, but in our vicinity also the…
Inicio: 12:15h
Ponente: Daniele Viganò
Lugar: Alberto Lobo

Magnetic fields play an important but often little understood role in many astrophysical scenarios. In astrophysical bodies, magnetism often drives their observable behaviour, making them outshine the rest of the sources. Typical and spectacular examples are neutron stars, but in our vicinity also the Sun and Jupiter represent fascinating magnets, not to speak about the Earth itself.
More than a talk, this seminar is supposed to be a multidisciplinary brainstorming session, regarding magnetic field dynamics and observable imprints on different kind of astrophysical objects.
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